Storm chances will increase Tuesday evening for Palm Beach County, shifting from the Treasure Coast. The rain could continue into 11 p.m.
Isolated severe storms could produce damaging winds gusts of 45 mph or higher, hail, lots of lightning, and localized flooding. Waterspouts and an isolated tornado are possible.
The stormy pattern remains as plenty of moisture and an unstable atmosphere remains through the rest of the week.
Also, high temperatures will be in the low to mid-80s for the next two days, then the upper 80s starting at the end of the week.
A front is forecast to pass through later Sunday which will help to lower rain chances and bring back drier air behind the front by early next week.